European Ph.D on Social Representations and Communication

Multimedia and Distance Learning System

 

27th International Lab Meeting

of the

European/International Joint Ph.D. in Social Representations and Communication

 

SCIENTIFIC MATERIALS

 

The “Anthropological”, “Narrative”, “Dialogical” and “Subjective” paradigmatic approaches to Social Representations

 

 at the European/International Joint PhD in Social Representations & Communication Research Center and Multimedia LAB, P.za Cavalieri di Malta 2, Rome-Italy

 

26th - 29th April 2015

 

Bibliographic References related to Prof. Sara Bigazzi's Key Lecture:

Bigazzi, S. (2005). A cigányok szociális reprezentációja: filmek és filmcímek, in Pszichológia; 2005 IV 381-403

Bigazzi, S. & Nencini, A. (2008). How evaluations construct identities: the psycholinguistic model of evaluation in O. Vincze & S. Bigazzi (szerk.) Élmény, történet – a történetek élménye. ÚMK, Budapest, 91-105

Bigazzi, S. & Bokrétás, I. (2013). "As I see the world it seems pitch black..." A social psychological study in K. Nagy (ed.) The effect of reducing the social allowance in rural Hungary Procserehát Egyesület, Budapest

Bigazzi, S. and Arató, F. (2014). Forward. in Romológia Folyóirat 4-5, Pécs, 5-12

Takács, B., Restás, P. Bigazzi, S., Arató, F., Serdült, S. (2016). Dual communication and absence of dialogue Studies on the „Student Network” in Hungary between 2012-2013 in Journal of Political and Social Psychology. Special thematic session: Rethinking prefigurative politics. (In press)

 

Bibliographic References related to Prof. Alberta Contarello's Key Lecture:

Sugiman, T., Gergen, K. J., Wagner, W., & Yamada, Y. (2008). The social turn in the science of human action. In T. Sugiman, K. J. Gergen, W. Wagner, Y. Yamada (Eds) Meaning in Action (pp. 1-20). Springer Japan. ISBN: 9784431746799

Contarello, A. (2008). Social psychology and literature: Toward possible correspondence. In T. Sugiman, K. J. Gergen, W. Wagner, Y. Yamada (Eds) Meaning in action (pp. 303-325). Springer Japan. ISBN: 9784431746799

 

Bibliographic References related to Prof. Annamaria de Rosa's Key Lecture:

a) Dialogical, conversational and narrative approaches

Contarello, A., Volpato, C. (2002). Social representations and literary texts. In J. Laszlo & W. Stainton (Eds), Narrative approaches in social psychology (pp. 74-87), Budapest: New Mandate.

Gillespie, A. (2008) The intersubjective dynamics of trust, in I. Markova (eds), Trust and Distrust: Sociocultural Perspectives, (pag. 273–289), Charlotte NC: Information Age Publishing.

Laszlo, J., Stainton, W. (2002). Narrative Approaches in Social Psychology. Budapest: New Mandate.

Leone, G. (2013). L’incontro tra le persone. In G. Leone, B. Mazzzara, M. Sarrica (2013) La psicologia sociale. Processi mentali, comunicazione e cultura (pp. 90-117), Bari: Laterza.

Linell, P., Markova, I. (2013) Dialogical Approaches to Trust in Communication, Charlotte NC: Information Age Pub Inc.

Markova, I. (2000). Amedee or how to get rid of it: Social representations from a dialogical perspective. Culture & Psychology, 6, 419-460.

Markova, I. (2003). Dialogicality and Social Representations: the Dynamics of Mind. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Markova, I. (2009). Dialogicità e conoscenza In A. Palmonari, F. Emiliani (Eds.) Paradigmi delle rappresentazioni sociali, (pp. 211-252) Bologna: Il Mulino

Markova, I., Gillespie, A. (eds) (2011). Trust and Conflict: Representation, Culture and Dialogue. London/New York: Routledge.

b) Anthropological and ethnographic approaches

Duveen, G. (2007) ‘Culture and social representations’, in J. Valsiner and A. Rosa (eds) The Cambridge Handbook of Sociocultural Psychology (pp. 543–59). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Lloyd, B. and Duveen, G. (1992). Gender Identities and Education. The impact of starting school. Hemel Hempstead: Harvester Wheatsheaf.

 

c) Additional references

de Rosa, A.S., (2011). 50 anos depois: a ‘Psychanalyse, son image et son public’ na era do Facebook. In A. Almeida, Z. Trindade, F. Santos (Eds.) Teoria das Representações sociais - 50 anos, (pp. 491-561) Technopolitik e Centro Moscovici, Brasilia: MEMORES/UERJ, REPSO/UFES, LABINT/UFPE (ISBN: 978-85-62313-07-3.)

de Rosa, A.S. (2012). La psicoanalisi, la sua immagine, il suo pubblico: 1961-2011. Compiere 50 anni nell'era dei social networks. In I. Galli (Ed.) Cinquant'anni di Rappresentazioni sociali. Bilanci e prospettive di una Teoria in continuo divenire (pp. 59-101) Milano: Edizioni Unicopli. ISBN 9788840015262

de Rosa, A.S. (2013). Taking stock: a theory with more than half a century of history. Introduction to: A.S. de Rosa (Ed.), Social Representations in the "social arena”. (pp. 1-63.) Routledge, New York – London. ISBN 978-0-415-59119-5

de Rosa, A.S., Bocci, E. (2014). Place @-Branding and European Capitals:“city visiting cards” via municipal websites, virtual tours of significant places flying with Google Earth, and conversational exchanges about city-places experienced/imagined via social networks. In A.Kapoor, C. Kulshrestha (Eds) Dynamics of Competitive Advantage and Consumer Perception in Social Marketing, (pp. 126-168), IGI Global: Hershey, Pennsylvania.

de Rosa, A.S., Fino, E. Bocci, E. (2014). Addressing Healthcare On-Line Demand and Supply relating to Mental Illness: knowledge sharing about psychiatry and psychoanalysis through Social Networks in Italy and France. InA.Kapoor, C. Kulshrestha (Eds) (Eds) Dynamics of Competitive Advantage and Consumer Perception in Social Marketing, (pp. 16-55), IGI Global: Hershey, Pennsylvania.

Holtz,P., Kronberger, N., Wagner, W. (2012). Analyzing Internet Forums A Practical Guide. Journal of Media Psychology, Vol. 24(2), pp. 55-66. DOI: 10.1027/1864-1105/a000062

 

Bibliographic References related to Prof. Caroline Howarth's Key Lecture:

Howarth, C. & Andreouli, E. (in press). ‘Changing the context’: tackling discrimination at school and in society. International Journal of Educational Development. doi:10.1016/j.ijedudev.2014.06.004

Howarth, C., Andreouli, C. & Kessi, S. (2014) Social Representations and the politics of participation. In Political Psychology in Europe and the World. In K. Kinnvall, T. Capelos, H. Dekker, & P. Nesbitt-Larking (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Global Political Psychology (pp. 19-38). London: Palgrave. ISBN: 9781137291172

Howarth, C., Wagner, W., Magnusson, N. & Sammut, G. (2014) ‘It’s only other people who make me feel black’: Acculturation, identity and agency in a multicultural community.  Political Psychology. ISSN 0162-895X

Gillespie, A., Howarth, C. and Cornish, F. (2012) Four Problems for Researchers Using Social Categories. Culture and psychology, 18 (3). pp. 391-402

 

Bibliographic References related to Prof. Jorge Jesuino's Key Lecture:

Bakhtin, M. M. (1981). The dialogic imagination: Four essays by MM Bakhtin (M. Holquist, Ed.; C. Emerson & M. Holquist, Trans.). ISBN: 0-292-71527-7

Bakhtin, M. M. (2000). From The dialogic imagination: Four essays. In McKeon, M. (Ed.) Theory of the novel: a historical approach. JHU Press.

Benardete, S. (2001). On Plato's Symposium. In On Plato's Symposium: A Translation by Seth Benardete with Commentaries by Allan Bloom and Seth Benardete. University of Chicago Press. ISBN: 0-226-04275-8

Marková, I., & Kitzinger, J. (2004). Les groupes centrés (focus groups). Bulletin de psychologie, 57.

Marková, I. (2006). On ‘the Inner Alter’ in Dialogue. International Journal for Dialogical Science Vol. 1(1), pp. 125-147

Marková, I. (2008) Dialogicality and interaction. Keynote conference presented in the International Congress in Deafblind 18 October 2008

 Morris, P. (Ed) (1997). The Bakhtin Reader Selected Writings of Bakhtin, Medvedev, Voloshinov. Bloomsbury Academic, pages 272. ISBN: 9780340592670

 

Bibliographic References related to Prof. Sandra Jovchelovitch's Key Lecture:

Jovchelovitch, S., & Priego-Hernández, J. (2013). Underground sociabilities: Identity, culture and resistance in Rio De Janeiro’s favelas. Brasilia: UNESCO, 252 pages. ISBN: 978-85-7652-179-2

 

Bibliographic References related to Prof. Giovanna Leone's Key Lecture:

Leone, G., Gabrielli, G., Mazzara, B. & Roseti, A. (2014). Between elaboration and dismissal. An analysis of documentaries broadcast by public Italian television on terrorist violence and ideology during the Anni di piombo. Paper presented at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the ISPP – International Society of Political Psychology, Rome, 4-7 July 2014.

Leone, G. (2013). Sometimes I, Sometimes Me: A Study on the Use of Autobiographical Memories in Two Political Speeches by Barack Obama. In I. Poggi et al. (Eds.) Multimodal Communication in Political Speech. Shaping Minds and Social Action. Science Volume 7688, pp 133-148

 

Bibliographic References related to Prof. Alina Pop's Key Lecture:

a) Lecture “Narrative truth and factual truth in the memory of forced labour of Germans from Romania deported to the USSR”.

Hewer, C.J. & Roberts, R. (2012). History, culture and cognition: Towards a dynamic model of social memory. Culture & Psychology 18(2): 167-183

Liu, J. H. & Hilton, D. J. (2005). How the past weighs on the present: Social representations of history and their role in identity politics. British Journal of Social Psychology 44, 537-556

Welzer, H. (2010). Renarrations: How pasts change in conversational remembering. Memory Studies, 3, 5–17.

Wertsch, J. V., & Roediger, H. L. (2008). Collective memory: Conceptual foundations and theoretical approaches. Memory, 3, 318–326.

 

b) Lecture “An Ehtnographic Approach to Polemic Social Representations about environmental issues in the field and digital communities: the uneasy role of the researcher exposed to controversies”.

Bauer, M., & Gaskell, G. (1999). Towards a Paradigm for Research on Social Representations. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, 29(2), 163– 186.

Cohen, N. and Arieli, T. (2011). Field research in conflict environments: Methodological challenges and snowball sampling. Journal of Peace Research, 48 ( 4): 423-435

McCurdy, P. and Uldam, J. (2014). Connecting participant observation positions: Toward a reflexive framework for studying social movements. Field Methods, 26 (1): 40-55

Moscovici, S. (1988). Notes towards a description of social representations. European Journal of Social Psychology, 18: 211–250.

Pop, A. (2008). Is it red or green? The construction of social realities through photographs about the physical environment and community of Roşia Montană. Sociologie Românească, 3-4: 90-104

Pop, A. (2012). On the notion of polemic social representations – theoretical developments and empirical contributions. Societal and Political Psychology International Review, 3(2): 109-124

Pop, A. (2013). Campaigning to “Save Roşia Montană”. The role of the Formulas As magazine. Bulletin of the Transilvania University of Brasov, SERIES VII  SOCIAL SCIENCES • LAW, 6 (55): 235-246

Pop, A. (2014). Roşia Montană: Social representations around an environmental controversy in Romania, Shaker Verlag, Aachen.

Reich, J.A. (2014). Old methods and new technologies: Social media and shifts in power in qualitative research. Ethnography, 0(00): 1-22

Velicu, I. (2012). To Sell or Not to Sell: Landscapes of Resistance to Neoliberal Globalization in Transylvania, Globalizations, 9(2): 307-321